Buh-bye. Buh-bye. Thanks For Flying. Buh-bye.

Forget a coffee mug, I want this as my state-issued license plate.

I did it. I set out to see if I had the willpower and the brain cells to blog every single day in October and the end result is, yup, I do. It wasn’t always brilliant, and occasionally I cheated by taking a picture of something stupid and writing a few sentences that made fun of the picture, but it was the effort that counted.

Sadly, this blog will be abandoned for a while as I investigate whether or not I have the willpower and the brain cells to write a full-length novel in November. That’s writing almost 1700 words per day, and apparently the rules very clearly state that you can’t keep using the word “very” over and over. I overuse that word even when I’m NOT trying to stretch a word count.

I’ve had a run in with NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month) in the past and I am proud to say that last year I completed my full novel with very few “verys.” But I wasn’t a blogger to distract me. This year I’m worried that my dedication to my forty-five fans will keep me from finishing my book. I hope all of you can live with yourselves.

Essentially, there probably won’t be a blog-post-a-day in November (you’re welcome), and when I am here I’ll be really bitchy and snarky, and probably whining about the book I’m trying to write. I’ll make it up to you with sneak peeks at what’s happening in the book, for which I’d love comments on the plot line that MIGHT even make their way into the story! Just use all your brain cells and not a lot of “verys.” Thanks.

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2 thoughts on “Buh-bye. Buh-bye. Thanks For Flying. Buh-bye.

  1. Enjoy #NaNoWriMo, I will be NaNoing along too. I intend to keep up #NaBloing as well because I have really enjoyed it. I did miss five days of blogging while my computer was in the shop but other than that I was #NaBloing along.

    I wish you well on your grand adventure.

    Cheers,

    Ardee-ann

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